What is the nature of the New Apostolic Reformation? (Part 1) Lawless & Pragmatic.


The Roman Emperor and stoic philosopher, Marcus Aurelius, has in some ways helped us understand many cults and false teachers. While we do not embrace his philosophies, when it comes to discernment work  we continually bring ourselves back to basics by remembering this quote:

“Of each particular thing ask: what is it in itself? What is its nature?” – Marcus Aurelius, Meditations

Those questions lead us as Christians to ask these questions: Do they operate from a fallen, sinful, fleshly nature or from a new nature Spirit-frilled believers nature? (Galatians 5)

When spiritually profiling heretical movements and their leaders, it’s very important to ask these questions. That’s because once you educate yourself on the nature of  dangerous cult movements and their leaders, it is easier to recognise before they infiltrate your local churches.

The nature of a false teacher is described by Jesus as a wolf (Matthew 7:15)…

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